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believe in heaven? about 80% of americans do. but a harvard trained brain surgery wasn't so sure until he spent a week in a coma and came out with a description of the afterlife. here is terry moran with this encore presentation. >>> eben and holley alexander are at a high school soccer game cheering on their high school son bond. they are an american family with an extraordinary story. they have been touched by a medical miracle and maybe more. >> it was impossible after impossible after impossible. >> reporter: eben alexander survived a near-death experience and now carries the memory of what he says was a journey to heaven, a journey that all his scientific training can not explain. on november 10th, 2008, eben awoke with a searing headache. when holley checked on him he was having a tremendous seizure. >> i said say something and he didn't say anything. zblbt eben was rushed to the hospital where he was a neurosurgery. >> all we could make out was help and screaming. >> reporter: he had been stricken with a rare and virulent ecloy meningitis infection. >> i was trying to die. >> repor
the sky, heaven. and many times we don't reveal anything. andweee i the eyes of the musician that they are disappointed. so you need a certain conviction. and that is sometime is considered to be outer italian. >> rose: muti, dudamel and gergiev when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: master ricardo muti is here, one of the world's great conductors. he has lead some of the best orchestras including the vienna philharmonic, he is currently music director of the chicago symphony orchestra, critics and audiences alike have been dazzled and charmed by the intensity, the technique, the emotion that he and his musicians bring. here is a look at a performance of verdi's requiem. >> when you look at the journey of your life, from the violin, piano, goesing, conducting, is that the perfect sign of flow for someone who wants to lead a great orchestra? >> first i didn't want to be a sician. so the first quality, i mean the first, if you don't wan
in the heavens as quick as a wink, a flying saucer shot by in a great burst of pink. electrons and protons measured the sky as the sound of sleigh bells followed it by. st. nick looked up in wonder and saw a pink pie. and when it crash landed he heard extreme sigh. he slid from the chimney and looked from the roof to the ground full of snow. stuck to his waist with its feet in the air was a strange purple creature with long purple hair. it rumbled and jumbled. it picked up its hat and landed with care. the stranger wore a cap exactly as he and had a merry old face full of laughter and glee. who are you, santa said to this stranger so weird. but the creature said words that got stuck in his beard. st. nick wrinkles his brow and shook his head and said i can't understand a word you said. the creature turned a knob that was next to his ear and the words that came out were perfectly clear. i'm venic from venus and i lost my way when my hat flew off towards the milky way. i jumped to retrieve it and tripped on a star. it looks like i tumbled from near to afar. you're on earth santa said with a
. and they reacted in a very direct and happy way. and we started to-- . >> rose: it was a marriage made in heaven. >> then i started precocious symphony number three that is a very difficult and dramatic symphoniment and from the first moment i felt that i had a ferrari in my hand. you know this is a very difficult and demanding symphony. everything i did was there. immediately with the precision and as i said, they ferrari is to the going to pay me to mention-- . >> rose: but you can always drive one. >> si. and then we made a tour after this concert, that were very successful. and after the tour, a tour with the orchestra can be fantastic marriage between conductor and orchestra and musician, or it can be a disaster. because every day in a different city, the organize tra becomes tired. you are tired and to find inspiration, to inspire them, and then it's called, it's hot, the food on the plane was not good there are so many reasons, well, the concert can be a disaster. and every concert was one better than the other. and after the tour i felt also that they were wonderful human beings, not onl
. >> when you're with them, what do you feel? >> i feel like i'm in heaven. i don't have to hear from my children or wife or nobody. i'm in heaven. >> totally at peace when you're with them? >> yes. >> you've always been like that with them? >> always, always. if i didn't have my pigeons, my marriage would be a mess. >> really? >> yeah. >> your wife is happy about the pigeons? >> she loves them. >> i want to show you a bit of footage. >> she tries to get them out of the garage so she can put her car in the garage. >> how selfish of her. >> i said, these are live-in creatures, they have a breath and a heart. and you're going to let them freeze outside. they can't go inside because of a car? a car? it gets you into accidents. it gets flats. >> exactly. >> run out of gas. cost you money. >> pigeons never run out of gas. >> never, never. >> i want to just talk briefly about the person i think was the most instrumental guy in effectively saving you. and that was your great trainer. when i watched the one man show, you talked so emotionally about him and the way that he took you and turned you
to both sides, may not be the time to find your spine and dig in. where's the christmas spirit? for heaven's sake, brianna. brianna keilar reporting live for us at the white house, thank you. for more details of what's in the opposing plans, that's what this is all about and means for us because we have to pay. be sure to check out cnn.com. and you really don't want to pay more than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and if it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase online. have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] now all you need is a magic carriage. citi price rewind. start saving at citi.com/pricerewind. to practice math more? i love math! but two ipads means two data plans? that's crazy. maybe not. with at&t mobile share, adding an ipad is just $10 a month. but honestly, mom and dad's love is all i really need. we should keep these for us. we should keep these. what?! [ male announcer ] at&t mobile share. add an ipad for just $10 a month. one plan. up to 10 devices. at&t. rethin
comfortable to wear it and it is heaven upon latest book clothes on. and in need to have the strength and the trauma of duplex and now and then new to have that happen to know who winter was rated as a pink to track and i buy random as as a succession still available and it is a plan to bring as a and often all of the centers of the four sections and have both the black and tapir shoulder so it is ceasing comfortable to wear and tilted to remove @ 5. you have five points of champagne feminist,hope you enjoyed the colored diamonds but now we will give you another presentation of the best value of the day, this ishe today's special. this is the first ever her airing, the today's special. offered and this is a stone that by popular demand, it is really the elegant, icy sparkle look of diamonds without the diamond the price tag. this is considered is only harvested or mined in one place in the broad and that is herkimer county in new york and cannot get anywhere also are pretty incredibly and also, it is a stone what it gemstone do know that comes as the kurds with the fasting? is a harde
of their legendary ballad "stairway to heaven." you can watch the ceremony and all of those performances right here on cbs. it starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern pacific on the day after christmas, december 26th and catch four of the honorees on the same stage tonight, they join david letterman on the late show. something you don't see every day a dog nursing three siberian tiger cubs. the newborns were abandoned. the dog adopted the cubs quickly before giving birth to nine puppies a week later. she's on a high protein diet. i hope somebody knows at some point they need to be separated. coming up, a preview of the latest findings from the mars river curiosity. i'm terrell brown, this is the "cbs morning news." set it on fire. somebody had and the doctor said, cindie, you have shingles. he said, you had chickenpox when you were a little girl... i said, yes, i did. i don't think anybody ever thinks they're going to get shingles. but it happened to me. for more of the inside story, visit shinglesinfo.com hey buddy, i bet mom would love this, huh? jack? jaaack? jaaack?! jack?! looks good ladies! jack! come on
inspires even the platinum talent. > it's like being in heaven and every man should be here. >> while stars like bruno mars, rihanna, and justin bieber will headline the theatrical event, the real focus will be wrapped around the angels gliding across the stage. adrianna lima, one of the most recognizable angels, returns this year to tame audiences' delight. but the most exciting story may be the rise of a model whose name will soon be on everyone's list. >> everyone says biadi, with a "d." but it's biati. >> now in her sixth year at the event, some say this could be her breakout year. >> i have three looks in the show. my favorite one was i was a flower with my wings and petals. it was beautiful. it was kind of like poison ivy. the wings make the whole thing. doing the victoria's secret show every year is every girl's dream. it's such an honor. it's so much fun. >> now its 17th year on television, the victoria's secret tv formula never gets old. ♪ you make a mess of me >> the studio really is 80 degrees today. this is probably why. i kid you not. >>> a reminder, you can watch the victori
the holy city, the new jerusalem, and down out of heaven from god, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. and i heard a loud voice from the throne saying, see, the home of god will dwell within as they are god. they will be his people's and god himself will be with them. he will wipe every tear from their eyes. death will be no more. mourning and crying and pain will be no more. for the first things has passed away and the one who was seated on the throne said see, i am making all things new. also he said, write this, for these words are trustworthy and true. then he said to me, it is done. i am the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end to the thirsty, i will give fodder as a gift from the spring of the water of life, those who conquer will inherit these things and i will be their god and they will be my children. the word of the lord. >> expedia god. -- thanks be to god. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> to irene, ken and jennifer, danny's friend and former colleague, it is an extraordinary honor to be with you in this ma
transition from ballet to led zeppelin. we're trying to work the "stairway to heaven" metaphor, and it didn't work. of course, these guys also redefined the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. we do not have video of this. but there was some hotel rooms trashed and mayhem all around. so it's fitting that we're doing this in a room with windows that are about three inches thick. and secret service all around. so guys, let's just settle down. these paintings are valuable. >> good job by president obama or his speechwriters. now, before the ceremony, former kennedy center honoree actress meryl streep and secretary of state hillary clinton met up at the artists dinner. well, they caught themselves taking their own picture. by the way, i can see meryl playing hillary in a movie coming up. she can morph into julia child and margaret thatcher. >>> if you think your rush hour is bad, check this out. moving less than a mile in 24 hours. that's how it was going for driver as long a major highway in russia. a heavy snowstorm has kept thousands of cars and trucks stuck for more than two days on the main highway b
. >> heaven forbid. the flu vaccine does not cause flu. >> right. >> that's an old myth, urban and rural. we have to give it up. it's just not true. >> dr. schaffner, thank you very much. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is in belgium this morning, discussing security issues, including the worsening situation in syria. margaret brennan is at the nato headquarters in brussels. >> reporter: hillary clinton just finished her last nato meeting as secretary of state. military alliance decided not to intervene in syria to stop the killing that has taken the lives of nearly 40,000 people. they are sending patriot missiles to turkey, to create a shield to protect against potential chemical weapons attack. >> we've made our views absolutely clear to the syrians, to the international community through various channels, public, private, direct, indirect that this is a situation that the entire international community is united on. >> reporter: secretary clinton said the missile shield will only be used for defensive purposes. nato did not discuss a no fly zone or safe haven to protect syrians. fo
of heaven." what was the inspiration for that? >> the inspiration for "locked out of heaven" i don't know if i can say it on tv. come on, lee. we're grown men. >> reporter: as he did from the start, bruno surrounds himself with friends and family. his brother still plays in the band. as for hawaii, bruno did finally go home after all. to a packed arena. >> i'm home. reporter: or perhaps not so coincidentally elvis once performed. >> ever since i was a kid, this is all i've wanted to do. i've wanted to do music. i've wanted to sing. that's all i know. ♪ just the way you are all those hard times, it feels like it goes to show that if you put in the work and you don't stop believing, then it can happen. >> thank you so much. ( cheers and applause ) >> osgood: coming up, he's making a list. ,,,,,,,, snairlts 16 days until christmas now but who is counting. 'tis the season for gifts particularly gifts with an affordable price tag. david pogue of the "new york times" comes in, appropriately disguised. >> reporter: you think you get stressed when you get on a flight? try my job to fly the whol
with more adult themes. like the single "locked out of heaven." what was the inspiration for that? >> the inspiration for "locked out of heaven" i don't know if i can say it on tv. come on, lee. we're grown men. >> reporter: as he did from the start, bruno surrounds himself with friends and family. his brother still plays in the band. as for hawaii, bruno did finally go home after all. to a packed arena. >> i'm home. reporter: or perhaps not so coincidentally elvis once performed. >> ever since i was a kid, this is all i've wanted to do. i've wanted to do music. i've wanted to sing. that's all i know. ♪ just the way you are all those hard times, it feels like it goes to show that if you put in the work and you don't stop believing, then it can happen. >> thank you so much. ( cheers and applause ) >> osgood: coming up, he's making a list. if the politicians in washington negotiate a bad deal on the budget and deficit, what do you think will happen to medicare and medicaid benefits? and to our coverage? cutting hundreds of billions of dollars from medicare and medicaid will short
to entertain this. >> well, he must have been in heaven justin bieber starring in a new music video with the victoria secret angels. >> i like that. bieber one of the performers at the annual fashion show. yes, mark the time down 7:30 eastern angels lindsay ellington and harrah heather ton will be on fox and friends with a sneak peek before it airs tonight. >> he is the chicago bears biggest and most adorable fan that is juliana and bill's son baby duke. he shared the precious pick on twitter. >> oo football fan nick lachey really get kicked out of the cincinnati bengals chargers game for trash talking? he took to twitter to set it straight. for the record i was not kicked out of the charges's game for excessive trash talking. no that honor belonged to the guy in front of me. >> now for your starting lineup. your top sports stories rg 3 leading the red skins for a rool lee over the giants. they won 17 to 16 it's the third straight win in the fnc east is now totally up for grabs. the giants 7-5. the redskins and cowboys 6 and 6. a rod will start the season the same place he finished
and heaven was silent in that moment. so he knew this was wrong. that is part of the contradiction we have to deal with. we the new the system he lived in an perpetuated was so evil so louisiana opened the stage for what became the great battle of the legend of the civil war. the politics were let's rock along. the politics of almost every era are let's rock along so that's what it did but unquestionably the louisiana purchase was a critical step in the security and the size of the country that ultimately on the road to the civil war. >> i guess it took a lot of discipline to cut this book to less than 2,000 pages. they have added things that may be covered by other authors. for instance, the irony of adams and jefferson dolley on the same day and thinking jefferson and his jefferson to lewis and clark to look for the amount of salt a mile high and that's good times rolling on the plains. what is the anecdotes that you most would have liked to put in the book? >> that is a great question. there is a director's cut. [laughter] a cut 70,000 words out of andrew jackson, and i don't know where
brand, unbroken, published in 2010 followed by bill o'reilly's killing lincoln, heaven is for real, walter isaacson's steve jobs, number 4 published in 2011, wild, derek larsson in the garden of beasts, another 2011 title, power of habit, edward klein's at the aging, tina fay's bossy pants, and american sniper was published in january and that was on the list for 17 weeks. sarah weinman, what is wild? >> that was an amazing memoir by a woman who had previously written a novel called for ridge . she described as-she decided on a whim that she would walk the pacific coast, well over a thousand miles and did so with minimal preparation and describe the essentially how doing this long distance walk broke her apart and put her back together again. the big reason why this book was on the best-seller list for so long even though there had been a great deal of attempts, i read it a couple months before publication and certainly understood all the advance height, oprah winfrey decided to revive her book club. she may not have a nationally syndicated show anymore but she does have the oprah
, heaven forbid without damaging the middle class? does it work? >> yes, absolutely it works, and, you know, it's important to recognize we have two different problems. problem number one is the fiscal cliff and threat of recession. raising any more taxes doesn't make any sense. this is politics trumping economic sense. second problem is fixing the debt and there's this debate about how much revenue, how much spending. balance means heavy on spending lighter on taxes and bowles-simpson told us the route to do that is tax reform. >> much more fun by the way to have 4% or 5% growth than to equitable about 1% or 2% growth. thank you gentlemen. we appreciate it. now to another controversy. are minorities especially latinos a lost cause for republicans and conservative principles? i say no, but our next guest star parker may just disagree. we'll have a little discuss. folks don't forget free market capitalism is the best true to prosperity. it's true for lower tax and lower spending. i'm kudlow. we'll be right back. >>> the republican party will never win another presidential election in my life
of millions hung in the balance, and heaven was silent in that awful moment. so he, he knew this was wrong. he knew it. and i think that's part of the tragedy and part of the contradiction we have to deal with. the author of the declaration of independence knew that the system he lived with and perpetuated was so evil. so louisiana opened up this, the stage for what became the great battles that led to the civil war. and the, and the politics of the time were let's rock along. the politics of almost every era are let's rock along. and so that was what it did. but unquestionably, louisiana purchase was a critical step not only to the security and size of the country, but ultimate hi on the road -- ultimately on the road to the civil war. >> i guess it took a lot of discipline to cut this book to less than 2,000 pages. [laughter] and you probably consciously omitted things that have been covered by other authors. for instance, the irony of adams and jefferson dying on the same day and adams thinking jefferson was still alive, and his caution to lewis and clark to look for a mountain of salt -- >
into heaven out of harm's way. >> reporter: so doomsday need not be a bad thing. >> nuclear war, terrific, we're close. societal collapse, no problems, i will be gone. >> reporter: have you made any plans for the 21st? >> i did. >> reporter: have you may any plans for the 22nd? >> i have not. >> reporter: let's say the world is ending friday. you want to take stock. and spend like there's no tomorrow. >> osgood: here's a look at the week ahead on our sunday morning calendar. the u.s. postal service says monday will be the busiest mailing day of the year for holiday cards and packages. on wednesday, time magazine reveals its person of the year. thursday is the day the brother of jailed financier bernard madoff is sentenced, peter madoff has agreed to a plea bargain to spend the next decade behind bars. friday brings the winter solstice. saturday is expected to be the busiest shopping day of the year. seasons greetings. carolyn mccarthy is a suburban new yorker whose husband was killed and her son rund wounded in a random shooting on the long island railroad in december 1993, not long after she
, heaven forbid something else happens down the road, what should teachers, what should students do? should they fight back? should they run? or should they hide? >> well, i think that there are going to be natural instincts that kick in as it did with the principals and we have seen elsewhere with teachers who have stepped in front of a bullet, who tackled gunman and taken other actions based on the scenario at hand. the best practices have included to practice lockdowns, doing evacuations, certainly some who have been instinctively got out of harm's way. i think we're stepping into some dangerous area if we start talking about teaching elementary kids to throw book bags and backpacks at armed intruders who come in because there are also situations that aren't active shooters, but hostage situations. so do you have one kid stand up, throw a pencil and then get shot and killed by someone who may have been a hostage taker that could have been resolved. lo lots of questions. how do you implement something like that? i think that we need to focus on a lot of the fundamentals, but and see if we
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're sitting while the ladies are standing. he said to the publicist, my mom's going to reach down from heaven and smack us in the head. >> that sounds like the jb we know and love, and we'll see you later this afternoon. >> we're going turn the tables on you guys and keep charlie and cheryl separated at opposite ends of the table. >> i think that would be a good idea. we'll see you this afternoon. you can see "the talk" all week long at 2:00 p.m. eastern and 1:00 p.m. central on cbs. >> billy corgan, he and sharon >>> we are waking up to clear blue skies. here's a live look over mount diablo. we are expecting changes by midweek. by this afternoon we're going to see temperatures mainly in the 60s, mid to upper 60s, 67 in san jose, 65 in san francisco. and rain moves into the bay area by wednesday. we're going to keep things unsettled by the weekend. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> unique sound of smashing pumpkins was unique in the 1990s. the brand broke up and now its founder and front man billy corgan is bringing his music back to center stage. >> billy corgan is a musical genius. he's one of the more ambi
it was an easy choice to bring our 2013 convention to chicago. >> it sounds like a match made in heaven to listen to the two of you talking about it. nice to have you gentlemen, thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thanks, soledad. >>> john's got news for us. >> we know the identity of the navy s.e.a.l. killed during the daring rescue of the doctor. nicolas yhchecque. he received the bronze star and several other awards during his ten-year career. >>> new violence in egypt, someone fired bird shot pellets at protesters in tahrir square. nine people were hurt, four critically. dualing rallies ahead of saturday's vote on the new constitution there. >>> the australian radio station that crank called the hospital where the duchess of cambridge was being treated says it will donate more than a half million dollars to a fund for the family of a nurse who ended up killing herself. the station morning show duped the nurse into thinking the queen of england was calling to speak to her granddaughter-in-law. the show has been pulled off the air. >>> more rough weather on the way for the south after rain, win
and sells the heaven's breath. >> that was a little better. blind people used talking books for 40 years before the general public caught on. does not a bad way to read some kinds of books. now you know you can get audio books from all kinds of places. a lot of people of benefiting from audio books. they have their place. people have discovered that. the containers involved. the records got smaller, and they tell -- played longer. up to the cassette tapes that came into favor, and that is about when the public started using audio books because you could put them in your car and listen to them on the weight to boston are somewhere. most recently the national library service has developed what we call the digital talking book which is a very sophisticated digital book in a container, again, that has been specially designed for people who have limited dexterity and limited vision so that they can run a car easily. once the technology for digital books became feasible, blind people got together to look at better ways of accessing the content of the digital book, whether it's a digital text o
i was a little nuts, but then i read "proof of heaven." >> he's been on the show. >> who is fantastic. he sat down with me a couple weeks ago and had a cup of coffee. >> you've also been through professional help? >> yes. >> you've done a lot of therapy before finding the right kind of therapy. >> that's right. >> you admitted to me you contemplated suicide. >> absolutely. >> do you have those thoughts anymore? >> i don't. i don't. i don't have those thoughts anymore because mostly i don't know what would happen if i did that and i don't want to risk not being with my children. and so after being in three different mental institutions, my friend kate finally took me to the psychiatric research institute at the university of arkansas in little rock. and dr. smith, the director there was the first person that could really describe my grief and not treat me like i was a schizophrenic. >> you talk about your friend connecting you there. and you have -- i think we have to stop and remind people that when most folks go through tragedy they lean on their family. >> yes. >> this
businesses. they will either have to pass the costs along to their customers or cheapen the product, heaven forbid and david overton, i'm quoting now, for those businesses that do not cover their employees, they will be in for a very expensive situation. the price of cheesecake factory up so far this year, down almost 3%, back to 33. the irs is about to release 159 pages of new tax rules, tax rules that will help pay for obamacare. they include, a 3.8% sur tax on investment income of all kinds on upper income people starting next year and .9% health care tax on wages for the rich. above $200,000. that's defined as rich year. and those taxes together will raise roughly 320 billion dollars over the next decade. all to pay for obamacare. and joining us now art laffer, former reagan economic advisor and the best looking 72-year-old i have ever seen. [laughter] thank you, thank you very much, stuart. stuart: now, look, these obamacare taxes, these are totally separate from the fiscal cliff debate. these are taxes which are going it take effect no matter what. and here they come. you can see it.
if it's a little bit wasteful for heaven's sakes, we're really going to be hurt. >> one person's stimulus is another person's wasteful spending. the president talked time and time again, aside from the issue of the katrina spending, or sandy spending, the president has spoken time and time again, we need additional stimulus of spending. we saw how well that has worked out the last couple of times, $700 billion, $800 billion spent and not producing any jobs. that's the problem. when the government spends money, and a lot of these other infrastructure investments and stimulus, it takes from the private sector, not creating jobs. if the government is able to spend this money better than a private sector, i have a problem with that. >> i just came from michigan. there's been a resurgence of the auto industry. there was federal money that went into it. without federal money, chrysler and gm would have gone bust. >> the liquidity. like aig -- >> exactly. let me finish. you talk about it's all wasted. that's not true. that's not true. some of it is well spent. and i think you should a
a year. >> not a lot of folks know that, too. snow in the mountains. boulder is heaven. >> you were smart to go to school there. i wish i did. >> it's the greatest place. we'll be out there in march. maybe we'll stop by and take a tour. >> we would love to see you and we so appreciate this opportunity to be with you guys. >> coming up, attention road warriors. are you a frequent flyer? if you think you have a lot of miles under your belt, you have not seen anything yet. wait for this. until you hear from our next guest, united airlines' top flyer of all of 2012. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pr yes, you could. sfx- "sounds of african drum and flute" look who's back. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you'
to come help them if, heaven forbid, they do get kidnapped. since 2000, about 3 dozen civilians kidnapped in afghanistan. wolf. >> given the dangers, are pentagon official, other u.s. official, urging american, despite the good intention, to stay away from these very dangerous areas? >> reporter: well, there have been cautions for years, especially aid workers who typically travel with very minimal security, with a very low footprint. because they're out there to do their good works and not to show any inadvertent hostilities. so these aid workers are always at risk. they have suffered a lot over the years in afghanistan. they are always told to be careful, wolf. >> they should be, all right, thanks very, barbara starr. >>> millions of fans are mourning the death of the mexican-american singer and reality tv star jenni rivera. what a tragic death. >> another sad story. investigators are trying to determine what caused the plane crash that killed jenni rivera and six others in mexico after a weekend concert there. 43-year-old rivera was one of the top stars of the music called bandi. she s
. >> gretchen: oh, boy. justin bieber starring in a new music video that was heaven sent. >> gretchen: actually one of those people looks like his mom. but bieber, one of the performers at the annual fashion show which airs tonight and i think it had to do with some angels in the wings. our next guests are two of tonight's big stars on the show and two of the most beautiful women in the world, erin and lindsey. they are our guests today. >> steve: good morning. >> thanks for having us. >> gretchen: you're the expert -- >> brian: welcome back. about this show in particular, it's a mix of celebrities and models like we've never seen before in america. is that true? >> this is definitely by far i think the most incredible show that victoria secret has put on. we have three of the most really, like the most amazing acts right now. we have justin bieber, bruno mars and rihanna, which is in itself an epic concert. then you add all of the angel in lingerie and the production, explosiveness, the special effects. >> steve: you've had a wing makeover. the wings are different this time. they're
, "stairway to heaven." >> hmm. >> leave that on the table. >> high school slow dance song. and kennedy center honor for lifetime achievement in the arts. being given to one of the great bands of all-time. >> cars. i love cars. you can buy this book or pay the mortgage. this is the most expensive book i've seen in my life. it's $695. >> you can buy a car for that. >> if you've got it like that -- you can buy a car. the book is. it doesn't come with a car. but look, as a kid growing up, what you wanted was a shelby lotus, that put the british carmaker back on the market. and incredible car shots in here, as well. since ruben is a photographer, now, i've started to get into photography books. one of the things he does, is fashion photography. i hope he is not up this morning because this will be under the christmas tree. a lot of these "vanity fair" pictures. if you're into fashion. >> it's the thought that counts, ruben. >> don't look. >> great books, all. >> you can find out more about our choices. see everything about it. at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >>> who is across the way right the
under heaven, a time to be born and a time to die. it was daniel inouye's time. senator inouye lived a full and project device. he was 80 eight years old when he died and he lived each of those years to its fullest. he was a war hero, a decorated soldier left the innocence of youth, most of his right arm on italian battlefield where he defended our nation's freedom, even as the nation questioned the loyalty of pastry at who look like him. he was a healing hero, example of the resilience of the human body and humans. his resolve to live a life of service was heartened and not broken by 21 months spent recovering from his hood and an army hospital in michigan. he was a legislative hero, progressive democrat with republican colleagues for the good of his country. in 1968, when the country was striven by racism and divided by war, he called the nation's mayors than eloquent keynote address before the democratic national convention in chicago. daniel inouye advocated for the rights of all americans regardless of the color of their skin but for what the religion was, he was the first chair
remember how it all changed ♪ ♪ don't you worry ♪ don't you worry child see heaven's got a plan for you ♪ ♪ don't you worry ♪ don't you worry now >> this is the group swedish house mafia with their hit "don't you worry child." they're also topping the charts in their home country of sweden. the video has more than 38 million views on youtube. >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. welcome to "cnn news room." the high-stakes meeting getting under way at the white house in just under two hours. the outcome could determine whether or not all of our taxes go up. president obama and congressional leaders with trying to come up with this last-minute deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, the massive tax increases and spending cuts to take place in four days. the president and vice president will be meeting with house speaker john boehner, minority leader nancy pelosi, senate majority leader harry reid, and minority leader mitch mcconnell. and watching all this, jessica yellin live at the white house. jess, what do we think is going to happen here? >> reporter: well, based on the expectations arou
. he spoke of heaven. those are words of hope. if we don't believe that there is such a place, that there is something beyond this physical life we live, then there is no hope. and i think it's important that we quit apologizing for having a spiritual conversation, that we somehow quit being ashamed that we believe in god and we recognize, it's the only thing that keeps us together when there is an inexplicable tragedy like the one we've seen with so muchor and pain. >> brian: governor, as i mentioned when you were on the couch on saturday, is that the town got it together. they seem like a very spiritual place, the ideal town. you sketched this out in a children's book and say this is where you want to grow up. their reaction in the times in which the shooting was taken place, heroic. their actions afterwards, tremendous empathy and sympathy from around the world. the god that needed god was the shooter. and the assailant is the problem. not the people in the town. >> when we create an atmosphere, when we tell people god really isn't a part of our creation, that we're just bi
economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. ♪ guts. glory. ram. >>> welcome back to "early start." 15 minutes past the hour. as we have been reporting this morning, britain is buzzing with news that catherine the duchess of cambridge, wife of prince william, is pregnant. with the couple's first child. >> we've also learned that she's in a london hospital being treated for symptoms of severe morning sickness. so how bad can morning sickness get? this doesn't sound like a case of having a few saltine crackers. how often do the women end up in the hospital with morning sickness? >> it is relatively unusual. most of us do just eat saltines and we're fine. i remember doing that when i was pregnant. when it gets really bad doctors do put women in the hospital because they need to get them intravenous treatment. now, for some women, this just magically goes away at around the 12, 14-week mark. for other women, morning sickness one, lasts all day, not just in the morning, number two, can last the entire pregnancy. >> you know, we were talking to our reporter out there, and he was saying that
2013 ram 1500. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. >>> a series of storms is pummeling the pacific northwest right now, with more bad weather on the way. kate's back. she's got that, some of the day's other top stories. what's going on? >> it's pretty amazing stuff, wolf. another storm hit washington, oregon, and northern california today and more heavy rain is expected to pound the region through tomorrow. flooding is causing problems like sinkholes. cnn's dan simon is standing in front of a huge one in lafayette, california. dan, another round of storms is coming, as wolf said. can that rain-soaked area handle anymore rain? >> reporter: well, it's just a mess, kate, and the forecast is bad news for these rain-soaked communities. let me explain where i am. i'm in lafayette, california, standing inside a sinkhole. this is pretty dramatic. it's 80 feet long, 40 feet wide, 15 deep. let me explain how this happened. the water was gushing beneath the road here. there's a creek. and basically, the soil just ripped away and it caused the street to cave in. crews
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